Despite a nearly neck-and-neck mayoral race, several other City Council incumbents pulled ahead with clear leads in early voting results.
Rivard Report reporters and photographers once again recorded the sounds of Fiesta as the bells, the sirens, the bagpipes, and the cumbia filled the air.
Incumbent Mayor Ron Nirenberg and Councilman Greg Brockhouse (D6) are battling for votes in the May 4 election. Each has seen successes, and each has drawn criticism.
The Rivard Report will host a debate between Mayor Ron Nirenberg and Councilman Greg Brockhouse (D6) on Wednesday, April 17.
The fourth iteration of the San Antonio Regional Public PK-12 Education Forum will address the Alamo Promise program and early childhood education.
A restaurant closes, another opens; a cenotaph to move more than an inch; a natural spring springs back – it was nice knowing you, 2018.
Our reporters have been taking note of the most poignant, strange, candid, or eloquent assertions throughout the year.
We at the Rivard Report wanted to share 10 of the most important stories from the past year.
Bexar County Commissioner Paul Elizondo represented the county’s Precinct 2 for more than 35 years and was known for his expertise in county finances.
The new Gonzales Gallery in the Rivard Report offices will open Dec. 11 with a public reception for three San Antonio artists.